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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Catherine N Cutter
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Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
THE EFFECTIVENESS OF TRICLOSAN-INCORPORATED PLASTIC AGAINST BACTERIA ON MEAT SURFACES -
COMBINATION SPRAY WASHES OF SAPONIN WITH WATER OR ACETIC ACID FOR THE REDUCTION OF AEROBIC AND PATHOGENIC BACTERIA ON LEAN BEEF SURFACES -
INCORPORATION OF BACTERIOCIN IN PLASTIC RETAINS ACTIVITY AND INHIBITS SURFACE GROWTH OF BACTERIA ON MEAT -
LONG TERM BACTERIAL PROFILE OF REFRIGERATED GROUND BEEF MADE FROM CARCASS TISSUE, EXPERIMENTALLY CONTAMINATED WITH PATHOGENS AND SPOILAGE BACTERIA AFTER HOT WATER, ALKALINE, OR ORGANIC ACID WASHES -
NEW INTERVENTION TECHNOLOGIES -
THE INCIDENCE OF ESCHERICHIA COLI ON BEEF CARCASSES AND ITS ASSOCIATION WITH AEROBIC MESOPHILIC PLATE COUNT CATEGORIES DURING THE SLAUGHTER PROCESS -
INCORPORATION OF NISIN INTO A MEAT BINDING SYSTEM TO INHIBIT BACTERIA ON BEEF SURFACES -
BACTERIAL PROFILE OF GROUND BEEF MADE FROM CARCASS TISSUE EXPERIMENTALLY CONTAMINATED WITH PATHOGENS AND SPOILAGE BACTERIA BEFORE RECEIVING HOT WATER, ALKALINE, OR ORGANIC ACID WASHES THEN STORED AT 4 OR 12 DEG C -
LONG TERM EFFECT OF ALKALINE, ORGANIC ACID, OR HOT WATER WASHES ON THE MICROBIAL PROFILE OF REFRIGERATED BEEF CONTAMINATED WITH BACTERIAL PATHOGENS POST WASH -
RAPID DESICCATION WITH HEAT IN COMBINATION WITH WATER WASHING FOR REDUCING BACTERIA ON BEEF CARCASS SURFACES -
GROWTH OF BROCHOTHRIX THERMOSPHACTA IN GROUND BEEF FOLLOWING TREATMENTS WITH NISIN IN CALCIUM ALGINATE GELS -
REDUCTION OF FOODBORNE MICROORGANISMS ON BEEF CARCASS TISSUE USING ACETIC ACID, SODIUM BICARBONATE, AND HYDROGEN PEROXIDE SPRAY WASHES -
PARAMETERS AFFECTING THE EFFICACY OF SPRAY WASHES AGAINST ESCHERICHIA COLI O157:H7 AND FECAL CONTAMINATION ON BEEF -
EFFECTS OF ACETIC, LACTIC ACID AND TRISODIUM PHOSPHATE ON THE MICROFLORA OFREFRIGERATED BEEF CARCASS SURFACE TISSUE INOCULATED WITH ESCHERICHIA COLI O157:H7, LISTERIA INNOCUA, AND CLOSTRIDIUM SPOROGENES -
A RAPID MICROBIAL ATP BIOLUMINESCENCE ASSAY FOR MEAT CARCASSES -
USE OF A RAPID MICROBIAL ATP BIOLUMINESCENCE ASSAY TO DETECT MICROBIAL CONTAMINATION ON POULTRY CARCASSES -
EFFICACY OF USING A SPONGE SAMPLING METHOD TO RECOVER LOW LEVELS OF ESCHERICHIA COLI O157:H7, SALMONELLA TYPHIMURIUM, AND AEROBIC BACTERIA FROMBEEF CARCASS SURFACE TISSUE -
EFFECTS OF STEAM-VACUUMING AND HOT WATER SPRAY WASH ON THE MICROFLORA OF REFRIGERATED BEEF CARCASS SURFACE TISSUE INOCULATED WITH ESCHERICHIA COLI O157:H7, LISTERIA INNOCUA, AND CLOSTRIDIUM SPOROGENES -
APPLICATION OF CARNATROL(TM) AND TIMSEN(TM) TO DECONTAMINATE BEEF -
IMMOBILIZATION OF NISIN IN AN EDIBLE GEL FOR REDUCING BACTERIA ON THE SURFACE OF BEEF AND IN GROUND BEEF -
EFFECTIVENESS OF A STEAM-VACUUM SANITIZER FOR REDUCING ESCHERICHIA COLI O157:H7 INOCULATED TO BEEF CARCASS SURFACE TISSUE -
REDUCTION OF BACTERIA ON BEEF SURFACES FOLLOWING IMMOBILIZATION OF NISIN IN CALCIUM ALGINATE GELS -
REDUCTIONS OF LISTERIA INNOCUA AND BROCHOTHRIX THERMOSPHACTA ON BEEF FOLLOWING NISIN SPRAY TREATMENTS AND VACUUM PACKAGING -
EVALUATION OF SIX SAMPLING METHODS FOR RECOVERY OF BACTERIA FROM BEEF CARCASS SURFACES -
MICROBIAL DECONTAMINATION OF BEEF AND SHEEP CARCASSES BY STEAM, HOT WATER SPRAY WASHES, AND A STEAM-VACUUM SANITIZER -
TREATMENTS WITH NISIN AND CHELATORS TO REDUCE SALMONELLA AND ESCHERICHIA COLI ON BEEF -
NOVEL APPROACHES IN HURDLES TECHNOLOGY -
Last Modified: 5/2/2016
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